Under the proposed pact, Hebrew University would get 700 million shekels to pay pensions, which were meant to be covered by the university's budget
Arab Israelis and women majorly underrepresented in the Start-Up Nation
Leaders of the Hand in Hand school, among the highest-ranked in Israel, talk about contending with differences and the atmosphere during times of tension: 'We’re an incubator, but we’re not a bubble'
16,700 left and 8,500 came back in 2015, in first year since 2009 that more Israelis exited than returned
A Massive Donation and a Sheldon Adelson Medical School: Israeli West Bank University to Double in Size
Plan being promoted by Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett is estimated to cost about $113 million
Estimate by Knesset research body says most money goes to enrichment lessons
A new program will sends bank employees to high schools to teach financial literacy to ninth-graders
In an effort to compensate for what Israel’s prime minister sees as the hostile mainstream media he has taken to social media in a big way, with 556 Facebook posts in 2016 and almost 2 million followers.
Federation of Local Authorities protests budget cuts and demands 'Dimona should be equal to Amona.'
But report says percentage of poor Arabs rose even as more Arab women entered the workforce.